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CE4598: DISSERTATION IN CELTIC & ANGLO-SAXON STUDIES (2017-2018)

Last modified: 21 Aug 2017 21:52


Course Overview

The Dissertation in Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies is for Senior Honours students registered in the Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies degree programme. It will consist of approximately 3 one-hour tutorials, to provide students with guidance on selecting a suitable academic topic and developing a methodology for tackling this topic.

Course Details

Study Type Undergraduate Level 4
Session Second Sub Session Credit Points 30 credits (15 ECTS credits)
Campus None. Sustained Study No
Co-ordinators
  • Dr Aideen O'Leary

What courses & programmes must have been taken before this course?

  • Any Undergraduate Programme (Studied)
  • Programme Level 4
  • One of MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Gaelic (Studied) or MA Anthropology - Celtic and Anglo-Saxon (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon - Geography (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Sociology (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Liawc (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - German (B (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hispanic (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - French (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - History (Studied) or MA Archaeology - Celtic and Anglo-Saxon (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Lan & Lin (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Divinity (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon - Film & Visual (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Religious (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - English (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - French (B (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - German A (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hist Art (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hispanicb (Studied) or MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Philosoph (Studied) or MA Celtic Civilisation-History (Studied)

What other courses must be taken with this course?

None.

What courses cannot be taken with this course?

Are there a limited number of places available?

No

Course Description

With the guidance of a supervisor, in approximately 3 one-hour tutorials, students will select an academic research topic in Celtic and/or Anglo-Saxon Studies and plan their research.

Degree Programmes for which this Course is Prescribed

  • MA Anthropology - Celtic and Anglo-Saxon
  • MA Archaeology - Celtic and Anglo-Saxon
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon - Film & Visual
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon - Geography
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Divinity
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - English
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - French
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - French (B
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Gaelic
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - German (B
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - German A
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hispanic
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hispanicb
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Hist Art
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - History
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Lan & Lin
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Liawc
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Philosoph
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Religious
  • MA Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies - Sociology
  • Ma Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies-Spanish & Latin American St
  • Master Of Arts In Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies-Theology & Rs

Contact Teaching Time

Sorry, we don't have that information available.

Teaching Breakdown


Assessment

1st Attempt: Dissertation of approximately 10000-11000 words, including references but excluding bibliography (100%) Resit: not applicable

Formative Assessment

Discussion of the student's progress in researching and writing the dissertation is provided in scheduled individual tutorials with the supervisor.

Feedback

Feedback on the student's progress in researching and writing the dissertation is provided in scheduled individual tutorials with the supervisor. Written feedback is provided after the dissertation is submitted, and the dissertation is given a CAS mark.

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